Outdoor Resorts Rancho California RV Resort/Family Visit

Outdoor Resorts Rancho California RV Resort

45525 State Highway 79 S
Aguanga, CA  92536
Phone 951-767-1788

We visited family in Aguanga this weekend.  The road to the park is curvy with two lanes. Some metal sculptures by Ricardo A Breceda  are displayed as you drive along the road.

 The restrictions for the road to Outdoor Resorts Rancho California RV Resort are- California DOT restricts all roads leading to the park motorhomes of 40 ft or more in length, trailers are not restricted.

The RV park we visited this time is Outdoor Resorts Rancho California RV Resort. It’s a quiet park with pool, jacuzzi, beautiful ponds, tennis courts, golf, clubhouse, animal friendly, exercise places, birds & friendly RVer’s. Also, one camper walked his cat. 🙂 I got a great feeling here.

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There are places to rent & places to buy at this resort. 5th wheel & Class A only Restrictions on the age of RV is the 10 year rule & length of RV is 30ft or over. These rules are enforced.

If you’re visiting the area, renting a spot can be done on the web site at the top of the page. There is a guard at the gate letting people in. Monthly rent is around $700 or $495 plus electric. I would love to buy or rent here one day. I added one bird to my life list in a few minutes of being there. Many sites have outdoor BBQ’s, outdoor kitchens, cabanas, outdoor TV’s, tables, all kind of outdoor living amenities.

Things to do here:

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  • Birdwatching
  • Jeeping
  • Metal Sculptures
  • Drive to Old Town Temecula
  • Music in the park on Saturdays sometimes
  • Swimming
  • Jacuzzi
  • Walking/Hiking
  • Farmers Market on Saturday mornings in Temecula
  • Wine Country in Temecula

 

Family Visit:

Kevin & his dad Don

Kevin & his dad Don

Katie(our daughter) & her Grandmother JoAnn

Katie(our daughter) & her Grandmother JoAnn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Me & Kevin Kevin & I enjoying the park. We are looking forward to the day we can camp here. (maybe end of 2014 or beginning of 2015)

Happy Travels!

19 thoughts on “Outdoor Resorts Rancho California RV Resort/Family Visit

  1. Worth it to take a gander at the SKP park across the street. Jojoba Hills is a super 55+ community with stunning amenities. Leaseholders pay a REFUNDABLE $28,000-ish fee (paid back when the lease is surrendered); monthly maintenance includes water and sewer and is just $253/month. Storage of second travel rig (or boat) is free 🙂 Come on over across the street — during business hours the office can buzz you in and set up a free tour. Jojoba is a co-operative community, was built (and is largely maintained) by volunteers — the very people who live here. Many people who consider Rancho across Highway 70 end up at Jojoba, primarily because it’s also a beautiful RV park but at much less cost. Plus as renters you don’t have to become California residents to stay here much of the year, unlike purchasing a lot…. (and no property taxes…. all worth thinking about).

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      • If there’s a waiting list, it’s short. (It has been as long as about four years to get a site, so it depends on a number of factors). New lessees have taken sites in the last few weeks, so it’s worth asking. I should also mention the daily rental fee for non-member guests is (last I checked) $20/night plus electric. Boondocking is $5, I think. So a very affordable overnight stay. It’s so popular the park fills during prime time, and they do limit guest stays to 28 nights. Must be Escapee (SKP) members — but that’s a pretty inexpensive hurdle and gives you entry into other great SKP parks and co-ops.

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